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Oracle Communications Calendar Server 6.3 Master Note (Doc ID 1301315.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 30, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Calendar Server - Version 6.3 to 6.3 [Release 6.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Details

Premier Support for Calendar Server 6.3 ended in Oct 2013.
See the Oracle Lifetime Support policy page for more information.

Please note the details/differences of Premier, Extended, and Sustaining Support on the Lifetime Support policy page.  Extended support is not offered for this product.
It is recommended to migrate to Calendar 7 for continued support.

Note that as of Communications Suite 7 Update 2, Calendar Server 6.3 has been removed from the installation bundle.
Note that many Knowledge Articles for Calendar 6.x or earlier have been Archived. If you are searching for specific information in a Knowledge Article, make sure to include Archived articles in your search.

This is the Master Note for Oracle Communications Calendar Server (formerly Sun Java System Calendar Server 6.3) which is a component of the Oracle_Communications_Unified_Communications_Suite
The Master Note for the Suite may be found here - Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite Master Note (Doc ID 1297190.1)

Audience


The information contained in this targets product administrators and installers.  You may use this information when planning future upgrades and installations.

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Getting Started

Oracle Communications Calendar Server 6.3 is bundled. The documentation links below all refer to this release unless otherwise noted.

The most recent Release Notes and details of what is new in Calendar Server 6.3 may be found here:

Deployment Planning

The following documents may prove useful for deployment planning prior to installation:

Installation

The following links are short-cuts to sections/pages within the full Communications Suite Installation Guide that are specific to Calendar Server 6.3:

Quick reference for deploying the whole Unified Communications Suite on a single host for evaluation can be found in the following step-by-step guides:


The following document provides additional advice if the installation is taking place on Solaris Zones:

Upgrading

Upgrading consists of choosing an upgrade strategy, then upgrading each of the individual servers using that strategy. The procedure for upgrading individual servers depends on the version of Calendar Server you are currently running. See the following documentation for more information.

Administration

The Calendar Server 6.3 Administration Guide contains much useful information, including the following most commonly referenced sections:

Performance Tuning

In the Communications Suite Tuning and Best Practices document (pdf) there is a section for Calendar Server 6.3. It is strongly recommended that these guides are followed.

Additional tuning for Calendar Server may be found in the Calendar Server 6.3 Administration Guide:

Patches

Review General Guidelines

Check Your Version

To identify the steps you will use to maintain your Calendar Server 6.3 installation, you should begin with identifying which versions and patches you currently have installed. To identify the Calendar Server 6.3 versions and patches you have installed:

Documentation

The most recent product documentation may be found here:

Troubleshooting

Knowledge Articles

Note that many Knowledge Articles for Calendar 6.x or earlier have been Archived.  If you are searching for specific information in a Knowledge Article, make sure to include Archived articles in your search.

(Note this is not a comprehensive list of all articles in the knowledge base)

Troubleshooting

"How To" Articles

Problems and Solutions

FAQs

Other

Forums & Communities

 

Contacts

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In this Document
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Actions
 Getting Started
 Deployment Planning
 Installation
 Upgrading
 Administration
 Performance Tuning
 Patches
 Review General Guidelines
 Check Your Version
 Documentation
 Troubleshooting
 Knowledge Articles
 Troubleshooting
 "How To" Articles
 Problems and Solutions
 FAQs
 Other
 Forums & Communities
Contacts
References

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